Agrostis, Winter Bentgrass in the flat beside the Mayhaw pond. The little tree is a Mayhaw.
Vervain. Some kind of erect Verbena, but not V. bonariensis.
These are Mayhaws, tiny red fruits that look like apples and taste
somewhat like apples. We gathered about 5 pints of fruit.
Beautyberry grove at the top of the hill under Live Oaks.
In previous years, this wildflower was plentiful.
I found only a few today.
Elephant's Foot blooms in the Fall but it is always
interesting to see.
Near the Lantanas are vines of Passiflora -- we call them Maypops -- host
plant for Gulf Fritillaries. This vine has firmly attached itself to a
small Chinaberry tree. Passiflora has a distinctive 3-lobed leaf.
Erigeron close up. Not an intentional picture, lol.
It clicked while I was trying to get close to the Maypops.